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    Marcia Sichol
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    Georgetown University Press (1990)
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The Application of Just War Principles to Nuclear War and Deterrence in Three Contemporary Theorists: Michael Walzer, Paul Ramsey and William v. O'Brien . Sichol, Marcia W. (1984). Related Items in Google Scholar.

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the task of today's just war theorists. by Marcia Sichol Just war doctrine, Moral and ethical aspects, Moral and ethical aspects of Nuclear warfare, Nuclear warfare, Peace. Published 1990 by Georgetown University Press in Washington, . Just war doctrine, Moral and ethical aspects, Moral and ethical aspects of Nuclear warfare, Nuclear warfare, Peace. Michael Walzer, Paul Ramsey, William Vincent O'Brien.

Sister Marcia Winifred Sichol, American nun, fund administrator. Certified teacher, Pennsylvania. Hubert Humphrey fellow in disarmament State Department, 1983-1984

Sister Marcia Winifred Sichol, American nun, fund administrator. Hubert Humphrey fellow in disarmament State Department, 1983-1984. Trustee Rosemont College, 1989-1996, 99-, Cornelia Connely School, since 1998. Teacher School of the Holy Child, Rosemont, Pennsylvania, 1964-1975, principal, 1970-1975, Drexel Hill, 1977-1979. Assistant dean Rosemont (Pennsylvania) College, 1979-1980. Assistant professor philosophy Xavier University, Cincinnati, 1984-1985, Neumann College, Aston, Pennsylvania, 1985-1989. Member leadership team Society of the Holy Child, Drexel Hill, 1989-1996.

Author: Marcia Sichol. Just War, Nonviolence, and Nuclear Deterrence: Philosophers on War and Peac. A Nuclear-Weapon-Free World: Steps Along the Way. From Confrontation to Cooperation: 8th International Seminar on Nuclear War. Making Your Dreams Come True. Peace of the Dead: Truth Behind the Nuclear Disarmers. The Last Word: Letters Between Marcia Nardi and William Carlos Williams.

Marcia Winifred Sichol. The Just War tradition spans 1,600 years, but the distinct just war theories that emerge during that period reflect the changing historical and political reality of their own times. A distinctive feature of contemporary just war theorists is their emphasis on jus in bello, how wars are fought, rather than on jus ad bellum concerns, when wars may be fought. Critics contend that the Just War tradition is no longer applicable in a world threatened with nuclear holocaust.

Just war theory (Latin: jus bellum justum) is a doctrine, also referred to as a tradition, of military ethics studied by military leaders, theologians, ethicists and policy makers. The purpose of the doctrine is to ensure war is morally justifiable through a series of criteria, all of which must be met for a war to be considered just. The criteria are split into two groups: "right to go to war" (jus ad bellum) and "right conduct in war" (jus in bello)